Myles and Heather Geyman story is better than a rom-com’s: They each rented space at a community ceramics studio in Pittsburgh and soon began collaborating, launched a business, and fell in love.
Passionate about designing objects as functional as they are beautiful, the artists are drawn to many of the same things. “Inspiration often comes from the result of interacting with an object,” says Myles; other times, from the natural world. On a recent hike the couple was "inspired by the brilliant coloring and eroded forms of various rock formations.” No matter how their pieces become finished, for-sale items, Myles and Heather appreciate their luck. "Art has always been an integral part of our lives," says Myles. "We feel fortunate to be able to work together in a creative field every day."